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You are right that some rising dividend companies can falter with time. A good example that I hold is BRE REIT that after 17 years of increased dividends stopped increasing while they converted to an apartment REIT. They seemed like a good company, however, and people need to live somewhere even in a recession so the dividend let me hang in there and now they have resumed raising dividends again after several years. Their stock price is good, I think. Anything below $25/sh seems good to me. You might want to check it out.

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